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Baroclinic Zone

March 5 - Inverted Trough/Snow Squalls

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16 minutes ago, dendrite said:

Pretty much panning out AWT.

Such a peaceful night with zero wind and big fatties floating down, contrasted to the disaster of a weekend. About .75 of calming snow OTG 

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3 hours ago, Ginx snewx said:

Ryan needs to work with Kaitlin, she just said radar will be dry at 11 pm. All modeling has the strongest lift coming in then

Oh Kaitlin

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Light snow started in downtown Freeport Maine around 21:15 (car thermometer said 35F, I have no idea how accurate that is).  It's still going, but a bit lighter now.  Melting on the roads and dusting everything elevated.

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58 minutes ago, Ginx snewx said:

Such a peaceful night with zero wind and big fatties floating down, contrasted to the disaster of a weekend. About .75 of calming snow OTG 

Interesting, no wind there? Been ripping down here for hours.

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44 minutes ago, Damage In Tolland said:

Looks like 1.5” with light snow and 28.3

 

3 minutes ago, Sugarloaf1989 said:

Good call but the NWS for 1/2" or less. Just flurries overnight with nothing on the roads. 31F.

About an inch here as well but most of the roads are clear.  28° 

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26 minutes ago, Sugarloaf1989 said:

Good call but the NWS for 1/2" or less. Just flurries overnight with nothing on the roads. 31F.

About an inch on the east side of town... That big squall must have just missed you.. Saw a webcam from westfield and they got nothing..

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